Flashback Friday: Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas, Episode 5
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Originally posted December 5th, 2018, here's the book that REALLY started it all!

 

This week Erin and Clayton read Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas, and finally find out what Clayton feels about the greatest Romance Hero of all time (don't @ us, or actually do, we love telling people they are wrong) DEREK CRAVEN! Also we discuss our feelings about epilogues, rich people, gaming hells, school reading lists and BDE.

 

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Fated Mates - A Romance Novel Podcast
Fated Mates - A Romance Novel Podcast
Sarah MacLean & Jen Prokop
S03.27: Retellings in Romance Novels with Kate Clayborn
We are joined by the fabulous Kate Clayborn — the first in the Fated Mates five-timer club! — to talk about about retellings in romance and to celebrate the launch of her new book, Love At First, which you can get wherever books are sold. We talk about the difference between retellings and homages, about Shakespeare and mythology and retellings of classic texts versus modern ones. And of course, we fill your TBR. Whether you're new to Fated Mates this month or have been with us for all three seasons, we adore you, and we're so grateful to have you.  Next week, we're back with a read along of Mary Balogh's A Matter of Class, a short historical novel. Get it for only $2.99 at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, Kobo or Google Books. Show Notes Welcome Kate Clayborn, our first five-timer. She was with us for the Best Friend’s Sibling Interstitial, Kresley’s The Player, the Sickbed Scenes Interstitial, Derek Craven Day 2021, and today’s interstitial on Romance Retellings.  Texas and the rest of America got hit with some espically bad winter weather this February. This is climate change.  Kate released Love at First this week, which is an homage to Romeo and Juliet. Kate’s 2020 book, Love Lettering, is an Overdrive read. Get it today with no wait!  Dr. Jill Biden loves Valentine’s Day. JK Rowling is a problem, and it’s changed the way many Harry Potter fans think about her books.  Yes, yes, the English Teacher memes are so funny. Well take that.  Tl;dr: archetypes are about character,while retellings are about plot.  In Where Dreams Begin, Zachary Bronson is a hero that follows the Beast archetype, and Jen saw it in the scene where Holly first enters his house.  Story can be a safe way to explore terrifying ideas about society and people. For example, both La Lloronaand Medea are about mothers who kill their children, but have a kind of distance that the story of Andrea Yates does not. Dr. Jennifer Lynn Barnes writes about storytelling and the universal ID.  Our next read along episode will be A Matter of Class by Mary Balogh.
1 hr 22 min
When In Romance
When In Romance
Book Riot
E77: A Beautiful Frankenstein
Jess and Trisha discuss some non-terrible Valentine’s week romance coverage, talk about the way romance represents the experience of being Black in history…and Trisha has a confession to make. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. To get even more romance recs and news, sign up for our Kissing Books newsletter! This post contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, Book Riot may earn a commission. News As discussed, our fellow Rioters Silvana and Carole are just the best.  Please enjoy the romance coverage from NPR via podcast and this interview Beverly Jenkins did with Karen Grigsby Bates. Also the New York Times has come a long way, y’all. [NYT] There WAS in fact a Reading Pathways piece on Book Riot about Beverly Jenkins! And it was written by yet another of the actual best, Amanda Diehl [insert heart eyes emoji]. This is your regular reminder (from Trisha) to read this Book Riot piece about Bridgerton (by Jess). Post show note: Okay, we were wrong, and Black Panther came out in 2018. Time is complicated! Books Discussed Indigo, Forbidden, and basically everything else by Beverly Jenkins That Could Be Enough and Agnes Moor’s Wild Knight by Alyssa Cole Confessions in B Flat by Donna Hill The Preacher’s Promise by Piper Hughley A Duke, the Lady, and a Baby by Vanessa Riley The Duke Who Didn’t by Courtney Milan Rafe and Xeni by Rebekah Weatherspoon Two Rogues Make a Right by Cat Sebastian Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn Please send Trisha your favorite romances that aren’t especially plot-driven (she clearly needs the help). As always, you can find Jess and Trisha at the WIR email address (wheninromance@bookriot.com). You can also find us on Twitter (@jessisreading and @trishahaleybrwn), or Instagram (@jess_is_reading and @trishahaleybrown). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
44 min
Thirst Aid Kit
Thirst Aid Kit
Slate Podcasts
Introducing: This Is Good For You from Nichole Perkins
Nichole Perkins has a new podcast, and we’re bringing you Episode One, “Riding Is Good for You,” so you can check it out. Search for “This Is Good For You” in your podcast player or go to thisisgoodpod.com to subscribe to the show and keep up with the new episodes! There are also new pins and stickers for Thirst Aid Kit and This Is Good For You! You can pick that up here! **** There are very few aspects of sex that people across the Internet can agree on, but the opinion that riding *eggplant emoji* or “plas-dick” can be exhausting gets a universal head nod in agreement. So how can we maximize the experience for everyone involved? And how did pleasure expert Tyomi Morgan create a tight-knit community around that pursuit? Indulgence Nichole recommends soothing murder mysteries: Murder, She Wrote, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, and Death in Paradise.  Guest Tyomi Morgan is a certified sexologist and pleasure coach based in Chicago, and is the founder of Glamerotica 101. Find her on twitter, watch her sex ED videos, and join the Cowgirl Workout community! Find Us Online - Twitter: @ThisIsGoodPod - Instagram: @ThisIsGoodPod - Merch: thisisgoodpod.com/merch - Patreon: thisisgoodpod.com/patreon - Nichole: @tnwhiskeywoman - Multitude: @MultitudeShows - Email: thisisgoodpod@gmail.com Production - Producer: Eric Silver - Editor: Brandon Grugle - Executive Producers: Amanda McLoughlin and Nichole Perkins - Theme Music: Donwill - Artwork: Jessica E. Boyd About The Show Nichole Perkins wants people to stop feeling bad about feeling good, and This Is Good For You lets you know you are never alone in what you like. Every episode, Nichole explores something that people love—whether it’s needlepoint, watching bad movies with friends, or cowgirl exercise classes—and asks experts and devotees why it makes them happy. She ends each show with an Indulgence: a recommendation listeners can enjoy with no remorse. There’s no such thing as a guilty pleasure when you learn to love it freely! To find out what’s good for you, listen to new episodes every other Friday.
44 min
The Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl
The Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl
Dave Loftin
February 27, 2021
Hour #1 The Boogers - “SMCB Theme Song” Professor Jefferson Band - “Hello” [Hello] catswithnicefaces - “How Do I Want to Sit?” POCO DROM - “See More Flowers” [Furry Grunge Electro] Charity & the JAMband show ID Charity & the JAMband - “Scarf Dance 3” Paper Bag Party - “It’s a Paper Bag Party” The Royal Order of Chords and Keys - “Jim, the Ice Cream Man” [Punk Rock, One Sock] The Story Pirates show ID The Story Pirates - “Animal Week” [Cats Sits on You] Rabbit! - “Happiness is Simple” [Happiness is Simple] Captain & Cat - “Incredible Day” [The Adventures of Captain & Cat] Stacey Peasley - “Goodie Bag” [Make it Happen!] The Rainbow Beat - “Once Upon a Time” [The Enchanted Forest & the Start of Evermore] The Dandelion Collective - “Two-Wheeled Pony” [Animal Tracks] Brady Rymer show ID David Gibb & Brady Rymer - “Across the Pond” [Songs From Across the Pond] Sin and Swoon - “Little Bingo” [Sing Out!] Ramen & Jessica - “When the Firetruck Goes By” [Sing Along With…] Oscar’s Dad - “Friends” [Oscar’s Dad] The Cuddly Koalas - “Happy Families” Beth Jean - “You Are Magic!” [Let’s Put on a Show] Ralph’s World - “Dance Around” [Green Gorilla, Monster and Me] Hour #2 Red Yarn show ID Red Yarn - “Mama Bird” [Backyard Bop] Dub Town Rockers - “Sing Little Birdie” [Sing Little Birdie] The Vegetable Plot - “Toilet Paper Mountain” Ants Ants Ants - “Sunshine” [Colors All Around] Hullabaloo - “Use Your Words” [Tall as a Tree] Sara Watkins - “Blue Shadows on the Trail (feat. Nickel Creek)” [Under the Pepper Tree] Mista Cookie Jar show ID Mista Cookie Jar - “Black Sheep Club” Kaci Bolls - “Do What You Wanna Do” Uncle Jumbo - “Bloom” [Garden Groove] Pierce Freelon - “Make New Friends” [D.a.d.] Little Miss Ann - “Bright Winter Day (feat. Frances England)” [28 Days] Charlie Hope - “Train Song” [I’m Me!] Caspar Babypants show ID Caspar Babypants - “Come Down Here Monkey” [Happy Hearts!] Tracy Bonham & Melodeon Music House - “Me Symphony” [Young Maestros Vol. 1] Mr. Richard & the Pound Hounds - “Milkshake Millie” [Feather, Bone and Stone] Kelli Welli - “She’s So Bright” [Let’s Go, Pistachio!] Suzi Shelton - “Magnolia Tree” Zachary Sanders - “Verb! That’s What’s Happening” [VA: Schoolhouse Rock]
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